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How Teleworking Works Best: Organizational Shifts Ahead

As more people work from remote locations and are no longer tethered to brick and mortar facilities, flexible work arrangements like telework will simply be the way work is done.

Executive Action Report | 6 pages | February 2014 | Pat French, Susan Stewart | The Conference Board, Inc.

Learning and Development Outlook 2014: Strong Learning Organizations, Strong Leadership

This report provides an overview of the current state of learning and development (L&D) practices and programs across Canada, with particular attention paid to the impact of learning culture on organizational performance. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français.

Report | 113 pages | February 2014 | Colin Hall | The Conference Board of Canada

Work-Life Balance

This special 60-minute webinar addresses the impact of work overload on employee health and productivity. With more than half of Canadian employees (54 per cent) having more work to do than they can accomplish in the work day and having important demands at home, which can include childcare and eldercare, many employees are overloaded, overwhelmed and underperforming. The time is now to better educate employers on the challenges and help them to support a better work-life balance for their employees.

Recorded Webinar | January 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

Truth Telling as a Catalyst for Change

Why is it so hard to tell each other the truth and act on it? This question hit close to home for PulteGroup as they navigated the economic and financial conditions of the hard-hit housing market. The company took a step back and looked at its performance to identify areas where it could build a stronger, more disciplined organization that would thrive in any market.

Recorded Webinar | January 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

L’art d’équilibrer la vie professionnelle et personnelle

Ce webinaire spécial de 60 minutes traite des effets d’une charge de travail excessive sur la santé et la productivité des employés. Alors que plus de la moitié (54 %) des employés canadiens ont plus de travail qu’ils ne peuvent en faire dans leur journée, sans compter les importantes obligations de leur vie familiale pouvant inclure les soins aux enfants ou aux personnes âgées, de nombreux employés se sentent surchargés, sinon dépassés, et leur rendement est moins bon qu’il pourrait être. Le moment est venu de sensibiliser les employeurs à l’ampleur du problème et de les aider à mieux soutenir leurs employés dans leur recherche d’une vie professionnelle et personnelle équilibrée.

Recorded Webinar | January 2014 | Le Conference Board du Canada

The Art of Change Management: Lessons from the Trenches

During this webcast, change management leader Brenda Brinson will share how to "keep it simple and get it done" and clarify the needs of individuals, teams, and organizations.

Recorded Webinar | January 2014 | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Conference Board CEO Challenge 2014®: People and Performance

While CEOs see talent as the critical link in meeting their top business challenges, the 2014 CEO Challenge survey results show a heightened focus on customers and reputation and less concern about regulation and external risk.

Report | 76 pages | January 2014 | Bart van Ark, Rebecca L. Ray, Charles Mitchell | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Link between Human Capital and Sustainability

A good understanding of the link between human capital and sustainability can help company directors identify how investing in the right sustainability programs can drive significant improvements in human capital.

Report | January 2014 | Thomas Singer | The Conference Board, Inc.

The Future of the HR Function

This is a 60 minute webinar that explores the current and future state of the HR function in Canadian organizations. Presenting are: Ian Cullwick, the Conference Board's Vice-President of Leadership and Human Resources Research and Stephen Diotte, Vice-President of Human Resources, Information Technology and Corporate Services at MEG Energy.

Recorded Webinar | January 2014 | The Conference Board of Canada

In Conversation with Lydia Bowie

Lydia Bowie, VP of HR with the Halifax International Airport Authority, describes the valuable contributions that HR professionals can make at the senior management level. She provides specific advice for both newer and experienced practitioners.

Executive Action Report | 4 pages | January 2014 | Simon Cotsman, Ian Cullwick | The Conference Board of Canada

Overcoming Barriers to Leadership for Young Women

There is a persistent, unconscious doubt about the ability of young women to take on leadership roles in their organizations. This briefing suggests that talent assessment practices should be more objective and transparent to guard against unconscious bias and to ensure that the best talent is identified and developed, regardless of gender.

Briefing | 15 pages | December 2013 | Naoko Hawkins | The Conference Board of Canada

Industrial Relations Outlook 2014: Back to Basics for the Labour Movement

Canadian unions are under pressure, which will alter the tone of negotiations in 2014. In order to thrive in a harsher economic, political and legislative reality, the labour movement will need to get “back to basics” and focus on growing their membership base. Cette publication comprend un résumé en français.

Report | 44 pages | December 2013 | David K. Shepherdson | The Conference Board of Canada

Focus on Diversity & Inclusion

As evidenced in this third installment, there continues to be a strong interest in both organizational barriers that hinder women’s leadership development and strategies to effectively reduce their impact. Despite all the educational achievements and professional progress women have made, they continue to run into glass ceilings as they develop as leaders and advance with in their organizations.

Human Capital in Review | 16 pages | November 2013 | Michelle Kan, Amanda Popiela, Jennifer Bustamante | The Conference Board, Inc.

Focus on Health Care

We at The Conference Board are pleased to introduce this special edition of Human Capital in Review. On October 1, in the midst of a government shutdown, the new federal and state-based health insurance marketplaces opened and the health care sector in the United States, which accounts for nearly 18 percent of gross domestic product, entered into an unpredictable and dynamic state.

Human Capital in Review | 16 pages | November 2013 | Joseph Frantz | The Conference Board, Inc.

Linking Health and Productivity

This 60 minute webinar explores why healthcare should be considered a corporate investment and why businesses should focus on the value of a healthy workforce. This webinar is sponsored by Merck Canada Inc.

Recorded Webinar | November 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

Webinaire sur l’absentéisme au travail

Ce webinaire interactif de 60 minutes présente les données sur les taux d’absentéisme au Canada, des principaux facteurs ou causes de l’absentéisme, ainsi que du coût des absences des employés.

Recorded Webinar | November 2013 | Le Conference Board du Canada

Depression and Return to Work Strategies

This 60 minute webinar will explores the signs and symptoms of depression, as well as strategies to accommodate people in the workplace or returning to work after a depression-related leave of absence.

Recorded Webinar | November 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

La dépression et les stratégies de retour au travail

À ce webinaire interactif de 60 minutes, les participants explorent les signes et les symptômes de la dépression, ainsi que les stratégies pour accommoder les employés au travail ou à leur retour au travail après un congé pour dépression.

Recorded Webinar | November 2013 | Le Conference Board du Canada

Workplace Absenteeism Webinar

This 60-minute webinar presents data on absenteeism rates in Canada, the key drivers or causes of absenteeism, as well as the cost of employee absences.

Recorded Webinar | November 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

Western Compensation and HR 2013

Discover how to design for success and avoid being reactive, by being disciplined and informed in your decisions. You must anticipate that other companies want to buy your skilled talent, and learn how to compete in an environment where your most experienced people will be hand-picked and offered compensation packages that are hard to match.

Conference Recordings | November 2013 | The Conference Board of Canada

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